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francisco is matching them up for a fresh start. we get the story from nbc's kristen dahlgren. >> is baby getting sleepy? you're beautiful. >> reporter: they say there is nothing like puppy love. >> he loves to play. >> reporter: in san francisco they are trying to see how powerful it can be. he changed your life. >> he changed my life a lot. >> reporter: roylene nixon was once homeless and alone, not unlike her foster dog dexter. >> he needed love when i was out there before i was rescued. i'm here to give that to him. >> reporter: the two were part of a pilot program called woof pairing people who used to live on the streets with shelter dogs. the idea started with the economic downturn. people were turning in more dogs they couldn't afford anymore. the shelter was full and found they were having to put down 20 more dogs every month. the city's animal shelter offered formerly homeless now living in supporting housing a chance to provide a temporary home for needy dogs. >> i think it's a win-win for everyone. and i think we're going to see a positive outcome from a program like this. >>
's kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: when wayne and tara got married, they knew they would be close. but when wayne moved into her 280 square feet studio, they took shared space to a whole new level. >> it's like living in a hotel room. >> this is their bedroom, living room, kitchen, closet, all carefully laid out. it has to be. >> it's a puzzle. we were able to pare down and we kind of rotate clothes. winter clothes we'll put down in storage when it's more warmer here. >> down the street developer patrick kennedy is putting in a building with 23 microapartments, 300 square feet each. >> so this is the anti-mcmahon shown. >> reporter: just how big is 300 square feet? about the same as a full-size parking spot. and san francisco may soon go even smaller. the city is considering shrinking the minimum size to just 220 square feet, about the size of a small rv. opponents worry about overcrowding, but the trend is spreading. in new york the mayor is holding a design contest to encourage more microunits there. >> there is clearly a changing demographic and need for a different kind of housing model
about a change to the charger. here is kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: the iphone 5, thinner, faster, new features, new plug. >> so a lot has changed. and it's time for the connecter to evolve. >> reporter: the 5 will have a new eight-pin connector, different than the 30-pin connection that has been standard since 2003. apple calls the new power and dock connector lightning, and it is causing quite a shock. >> i think they do it on purpose for you to buy new stuff. >> reporter: while the new phone will come with the new charger, the problem is all of those old apple products -- ipods, ipads, docking stations, car chargers won't be compatible without a $29 adapter. >> the short-run is yeah, there is a little bit of a hit you might have to take if you want to use your old products with the new new phone. >> reporter: for apple and after-market vendors, that could mean big bucks. think about it. 40 million iphone 5s are expected to be ordered by the end of the year. the 29 buck adapter for each is almost $1.2 billion. >> any way they can get some extra money out of you, they will. >> reporte
as clouds of smoke are spreading. kristen dahlgren has the report. >> you can't get there because the highway is closed due to the fire. >> reporter: as washington state's wildfires continue to burn out of control, the raging flames are only part of the problem. >> i grew up here. i have worked here for six years and haven't seen it this bad. >> reporter: smoke so thick dozens have been taken to hospitals for treatment. in many areas schools are closed and residents are warned to relocate, stay inside, wear masks. >> it is in the hazardous range and it is three times worse than any other forest fire that we have measured since the 1980s. >> reporter: these nasa photos show the fires in the pacific northwest. the smoke spreading so far the haze is visible thousands of miles away over the atlantic ocean. >> good air quality is measured at zero. we start at zero. we start getting into the unhealthy range at 35. we spiked into 900 plus. sometimes the monitors are knocked off there's been so much smoke. >> reporter: in washington state the two largest fires are forecasted to merge into
sometimes second chances comen small packages. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, san francisco. >> that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt. see you back here tomorrow evening. see you back here tomorrow evening. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
for the 46th annual primetime emmy awards. nbc's kristen dahlgren is in los angeles with the hey lights, including one show that made history by not winning. kristen? >> reporter: yeah, good morning, al. you might be able to hear us dissembling the bleachers behind me. about to roll up the red carpet so this is one for the history books. speaking of history, you mentioned it. "mad men" could have won history for winning its fifth straight best drama emmy. instead made history for having 17 nominations and not having a single win. just like a good drama this, year's emmys had twists. >> and the emmy goes to "homeland." >> reporter: the surprise winner derailing "mad men" which had won best drama the past nour years. >> half the government is going to be in one spot, westbound we've got a terrorist on the loose. >> the biggest night of my career. >> reporter: "homeland" also won for outstanding writing and claire danes won best actress in a drama for her role on the show president obama says is one of his favorites. >> so stupefied by the fact that he's tuning in consistently. >> reporter
annual primetime emmy awards. nbc's kristen dahlgren is in los angeles with the hey lights, including one show that made history by not winning. kristen? >> reporter: yeah, good morning, al. you might be able to hear us dissembling the bleachers behind me. about to roll up the red carpet so this is one for the history books. speaking of history, you mentioned it. "mad men" could have won history for winning its fifth straight best drama emmy. instead made history for having 17 nominations and not having a single win. just like a good drama this, year's emmys had twists. >> and the emmy goes to "homeland." >> reporter: the surprise winner derailing "mad men" which had won best drama the past nour years. >> half the government is going to be in one spot, westbound we've got a terrorist on the loose. >> the biggest night of my career. >> reporter: "homeland" also won for outstanding writing and claire danes won best actress in a drama for her role on the show president obama says is one of his favorites. >> so stupefied by the fact that he's tuning in consistently. >> reporter: "homeland" cl
are gathering in hollywood for tonight's prime time emmys already. as nbc's kristen dahlgren reports, this could be the year of the cable guy. >> reporter: it is television's big night, and this year it could be all about cable. and maybe all about "mad men." the show is looking for its fifth straight emmy for best drama and has 17 nods altogether tying only fx's "american horror story" for most nominations. >> i think we're definitely looking at "mad men." i think "mad men" is going to take it. they can be beaten by "breaking bad" but you look at "mad men" and i do think it's that ensemble, all of them making the series so great. >> reporter: jon hamm has been nominated five times but has so far gone home empty-handed. so the biggest question of the night could be whether the sexy star finally snags some hardware. >> i think he's going to lose again to bryan cranston. everybody loves bryan. not that they don't love jon, but bryan's performance on "breaking bad" is such -- i mean, it's just over the top amazing. >> reporter: it is a year full of stars looking to make a breakout. michael c. hall
museum exhibit. kristen dahlgren now on the endeavor's final flights. >> reporter: it was the final flight, a victory lap around california, piggy backed past landmarks like the golden gate bridge and the hollywood sign. >> oh, right there! right over there! >> what a sight. never seen anything like that in my life. >> reporter: above communities where engineers build endeavor 21 years ago. bill roberts worked on shuttles for decades. >> southern california is definitely the home of endeavor. we're very glad to see her come here. >> and liftoff of the maiden voyage of endeavor. >> reporter: the orbiter that traveled 123 million miles through space touched down for the last time at los angeles international airport, but it's the final earth-bound leg of its trip, the 12 miles from l.a.x. through city streets to the california science center that has some wishing the shuttle had stayed away. gina fields grew up in this neighborhood. >> we just wake up the our tree being cut down, our childhood being taken away. it's really heartbreaking. >> reporter: 400 trees are being removed to mak
a three bedroom house in. now living small and loving it. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, san francisco. >>> that's our broadcast on a tuesday night, thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams and we hope to see you back here tomorrow night. good night.
and accuraciesries. nbc's kristen dahlgren is live in los angeles with that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this is what we're talking about. this is the old iphone plug. it has a whole new look on the new iphone 5, so if you want your old devices to work with this, you're going to have to pay a little more. the iphone 5, thinner, faster, 4g, new features, new plug. >> so a lot's changed, and it's time for the connectors it evolve. >> reporter: the 5 will have a new eight-pin connector, different than the 30-pin version that's been standard since 2003. apple calls the power and dock connector the lightning and it is quite a shock >> i think they do it on purpose to buy new stuff. >> reporter: while the new phone will come with the new charger, the problem is all of those old apple products, ipods, ipads, docking stations, car chargers won't be compatible without a $29 adapter. >> the short run, yeah, there's a little bit of a hit you might have to take if you want to use your old products with the new new phone. >> reporter: for apple and aftermarket vendors that could me
. as nbc's kristen dahlgren reports, many customers will be spending more on their phones than they planned. >> reporter: the iphone 5, thinner, faster 4g, new features, new plug. >> a lot has changed, and it's time for the connector to evolve. >> reporter: the 5 will have a new 8-pin connector different than the 30-pin that's been standard since 2003. apple calls the new power and dock connector the lightning. and it is causing quite a shock. >> i think they do it on purpose for you to buy new stuff. >> reporter: while the new phone will come with the new charger, the problem is all of those old apple products ipods, ipads, docking stations car chargers won't be compatible without a $29 adapter. >> the short run is yeah there's a little bit of a hit you might have to take if you want to use your old products with the new phone. >> reporter: for apple, and after-market vendors, that could mean big bucks. think about it 40 million iphone 5s are expected to be ordered by the end of the year. that would be almost $1.2 billion. >> any way they can get some ex
handed out last night. nbc's kristen dahlgren is in los angeles with the highlights, including one show that made history by not winning a single award. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. yeah. things have wrapped up now here at the nokia theater, but i imagine some celebrating is still going on somewhere in hollywood at this hour, but probably not by the cast of "mad men." that show was totally snubbed as a new drama was crowned king. just like a good drama, this year's emmys had twists. >> and the emmy goes to "homeland." >> reporter: surprise winner derailing "mad men" which had won best drama the postfour years. >> half the government is going to be in one spot and we've got a terrorist on the loose. >> this is the biggest night of my career. >> reporter: "homeland" also won for outstanding writer and star claire danes won best actress for her role on the show that even president obama says is one of his favorites. >> we're still stupeified by that fact that he's tuning in consistently. >> reporter: "homeland" clean sweep included damian lewis winning top honors
. >>> the 64th primetime emmys were handed out last night. nbc's kristen dahlgren is in los angeles with the highlights, including one show that made history by not winning a single award. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. yeah. things have wrapped up now here at the nokia theater, but i imagine some celebrating is still going on somewhere in hollywood at this hour, but probably not by the cast of "mad men." that show was totally snubbed as a new drama was crowned king. just like a good drama, this year's emmys had twists. >> and the emmy goes to "homeland." >> reporter: surprise winner derailing "mad men" which had won best drama the postfour years. >> half the government is going to be in one spot and we've got a terrorist on the loose. >> this is the biggest night of my career. >> reporter: "homeland" also won for outstanding writer and star claire danes won best actress for her role on the show that even president obama says is one of his favorites. >> we're still stupeified by that fact that he's tuning in consistently. >> reporter: "homeland" clean sweep
is doing as they travel the world. and we're going to meet them in a moment. but first, nbc's kristen dahlgren has their story. >> reporter: while most people dream of an endless honeymoon, lisa and alex may have figured out the secret. ♪ hey baby i think i want to marry you ♪ >> getting married over and over and over. >> hopeless romantic. >> yeah. >> reporter: 24 times and counting. it started as a lark. >> we always blame it on the wine. >> reporter: a plan to travel around the world. >> we said how about we look for a place to get married. ♪ marry me >> reporter: but they couldn't narrow it down, so after alex surprised her with a ceremony at home in england. >> i laughed and punched him. >> reporter: the couple took off to canada where they were married on horseback, on a beach, even the vancouver airport. they bought a 25-year-old camper they call peggy. can and headed south. peggy took part in a drive-thru wedding in vegas. and added to the adventure in central america. >> so we've broken down again. >> reporter: they've tangoed in argentina, waded with dolphins in hawaii
in a moment. but first, nbc's kristen dahlgren has their story. >> reporter: while most people dream of an endless honeymoon, lisa and alex may have figured out the secret. ♪ hey baby i think i want to marry you ♪ >> getting married over and over and over. >> hopeless romantic. >> yeah. >> reporter: 24 times and counting. it started as a lark. >> we always blame it on the wine. >> reporter: a plan to travel around the world. >> we said how about we look for a place to get married. ♪ marry me >> reporter: but they couldn't narrow it down, so after alex surprised her with a ceremony at home in england. >> i laughed and punched him. >> reporter: the couple took off to canada where they were married on horseback, on a beach, even the vancouver airport. they bought a 25-year-old camper they call peggy. can and headed south. peggy took part in a drive-thru wedding in vegas. and added to the adventure in central america. >> so we've broken down again. >> reporter: they've tangoed in argentina, waded with dolphins in hawaii, and took the plunge in mexico. lisa often wears the same dres
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